I had never gone to a Michelin Star restaurant before so when my sister and I found out that there was one in Adams Morgan that wasn’t extremely expensive, we decided to try it. Tail Up Goat serves Mediterranean-style food and island-inspired drinks. The menu there changes regularly so it’s pointless to share with you all the specific dishes and their names, but just know that the appetizers were phenomenal! The first dish that came out was probably the best and the rest of the appetizers equally amazing, but we were not as impressed with the mains, which was a bit disappointing. Perhaps they were just normal instead of amazing, but come on, at a Michelin Star restaurant shouldn’t everything be amazing?!? They did redeem themselves during dessert though! Yum!

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While in Adams Morgan, I had some time to kill before my sister showed up after work. Decided to be super hipster (since it’s so hipster here so it makes sense) and go to a local coffee shop. Of course, I picked the most hipster one there was thanks to the fact that they sell vinyl records. I mean, can you get more hipster than that?!? The coffee and drinks at Songbyrd Cafe are pretty awesome though so I’m so glad I stopped in. What great way to spend some extra time waiting for my sister!

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According to everyone, the hippest neighborhood in Washington D.C. is Adams Morgan. There were literally people, as soon as I told them I was going to D.C., said, “You have to visit Adams Morgan!” Of course, hearing all of this, I decided to make this one of the top places to make sure I visit. I went there earlier in the day and then my sister met up with me later after she got off work. It was really impressed to walk around and see all the architecture. I always think it’s neat to see the different architectural styles in each city. There are, historical reasons, of course, but still it’s nice to see. I was also really impressed with all the art on the side of buildings here. What a hipster part of town though. Seriously!

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July 14, 2018

The Little Beet is one of those fancy build your own salad places that’s super popular right now. In fact, it’s not just build-your-own salads that are popular. There’s burrito places, pizza places, poke places, and the list goes on and on. People like having a say over what they order and eat. A The Little Beet, there were a bunch of different options in terms of greens, toppings, protein, and dressing. I was super impressed with the flavors and thought that if I lived in D.C. (or wherever else they have this chain), I would definitely come here regularly.

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